Leif is enrolled in Spanish class for the fall. It was a big of a cramp to my style in that he has to be there by 8:25am on Tuesdays for Spanish. But he loved it so much this past summer, he really missed it in August and still talked about Spanish through that month. When she sent out the enrollment information, I knew it was a must do.
This morning he was up early and ready to go in order to get to school in time for Spanish.
We arrived at the school and Senora Susan was setting up in the commons.
"Senora Susan!" Leif yells. "Hi Senora Susan!"
He was ready for class and beaming to join her in walking around to get the other kids.
What I wonder... do you think he understands that Spanish is another language that people speak? And not just a different way to talk? He knows that things "translate" - like "did you know naranja is orange in Spanish?" And "did you know diez is ten in Spanish?" So he knows that there are equivelent words. But I am not sure he has ever heard anyone speak Spanish outside of Senora Susan, or the occasional counting to ten exercise in class.
Just something I wonder.